Monthly Archives: September 2016

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Erika Ogino ‘16, Nuclear Disarmament Advocate & Alzhemier Researcher

Posted: September 14, 2016

D-E had a truly special event of hosting the Hiroshima survivor, Shigeko Sasamori to the campus. Behind this extraordinary talk was Erika Ogino ’16. Erika shares her behind the story. “Throughout my high school career, I have been involved in activities related to nuclear disarmament (I volunteered at the NGO on Disarmament, Peace, and Security), and for my senior year, I wanted to be able to bring my disarmament awareness work to school.”

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Samantha Lovett ’18, Up and Coming Vocalist

Posted: September 14, 2016

It takes a hard-work and long hours of practice to be a musician and Samantha Lovett ’18 knows it. “Every Saturday, I am present in the music theory and ear training classes, as well as piano lessons, private lessons, acting lessons, and much more. My private vocal teacher at Manhattan School of Music organizes a solo…

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Round Trip (Music CD)

Posted: September 14, 2016

Blending elements of alternative pop, folk, and soul, this debut EP was written partially on subways and buses and was inspired by the wanderers and travelers of the world. Round Trip focuses on the idea of returning to a familiar place changed or altered by your experiences, both positive and negative. It is a story of leaving, coming home, and growing up.

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Diamonds in the Dirt (Music CD)

Posted: September 14, 2016

Heather Braverman’s first EP is a fresh blend of pop, R&B, and EDM with feel-good beats and bold lyrics. She describes it as vibe-y and rhythmic. Heather co-wrote all the songs, collaborating with various writers and producers all over Los Angeles.

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Sunday Bolero (Music CD)

Posted: September 14, 2016

Pianist Tyler Greenfield collaborated with a number of accomplished Cuban musicians to create this Latin jazz album of Cuban bolero classics, released on the Bim Bom Studios label. Sunday Bolero is one of those performances that is sharply etched and full of detailed expressive insights.

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Leave this Song Behind: Teen Poetry at its Best

Posted: September 13, 2016

Alana Solin ’14 HCI April 2016 Leave This Song Behind features the best poetry submitted to Teen Ink magazine and the TeenInk.com website over the last five years. The pieces in this anthology were chosen because they were so powerful that they stood out from the rest. Vivid sensory details made some poems shine; others…

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